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Juan Carlos Novelo Arraigned on Murder in San Pedro

Forty-four-year-old Juan Carlos Novelo was arraigned today at the San Pedro Magistrate Court. He was read a single charge of murder. He is accused of murdering his girlfriend of six [...]

Caye Caulker Chairlady Calls on Police to Conduct Thorough Investigation

As we’ve reported, this latest murder on La Isla Cariñosa has left residents in shock. Caye Caulker is known as a peaceful village with a low crime rate. This is [...]

Family of Farah Bonner Says Deadly Stabbing was Self-Defense

Fifty-two-year-old Dean Halliday was fatally stabbed by Feleecia Kerr, the daughter of his common-law wife, on Saturday evening.  The deadly incident occurred in Maxboro where the Belize City resident had [...]

Police Lay Charges for Murder that Occurred 18 Months Ago

Police have laid charges against a man in connection with a murder that occurred in April 2022, more than eighteen months ago. You might recall when Jose Cedillos was shot [...]

Keon Straughan is Remanded for Ammunition Offense

Nineteen-year-old Keon Straughan appeared unrepresented before the lower court this morning where he was arraigned on a single charge of kept ammunition without being granted a gun license by the [...]

Worship Leader, Arraigned on 13 Counts of Aggravated Assault

In early August, news broke that a Belizean worship leader was being accused by a few young women of indecent sexual assault. The number of accusations has grown to several [...]

Budram’s Attorney: Fairness Has to Be Ensured to Offer Closure to Both Sides

Budram was taken into custody over the weekend and his attorney, Arthur Saldivar, says that while he thought Budram was kept in custody for longer than was necessary, the authorities [...]

Are NAVCO and DAVCO Presidents at Odds?

Is there tension brewing between the president of the National Association of Village Councils and the Stann Creek president of the District Association of Village Councils?  Vincent Scott, the chairman [...]

Despite Nonstop Rains, Belize City Canals Didn’t Overflow

As we reported on Thursday of last week, there are two screw pumps at the Yarborough Pumping Station that are presently out of service.  An engineer from Landustrie, a European [...]

Chief Engineer Explains Purpose of Yabra Pumping Station

According to Moody, the objective is to drain the canals of excess water whenever they have reached capacity.  At a rate of roughly five hundred gallons per second, the aim [...]

Speaker: The Rule is Clear on How Parliamentarians Can Address the Chair

Everyone will remember the e-mail that the Leader of the Opposition, Moses Shyne Barrow wrote to the Speaker of the House, Valerie Woods back in August, which the Constitution and [...]

Speaker: Repeated Absences from House Meetings Date Back Decades

As we reported in our last edition of Five Point Breakdown, deliberate, repeated absenteeism in the House of Representatives is currently not a violation of the Standing Orders because there [...]

Belizean Athletes Excel At Pan American Games

The nineteenth edition of the Pan American Games was held in Chile from October twentieth to November fifth. It is considered the most important event of the Americas because it [...]